Some protesters told Reuters they were holding out not for a showdown with police, but because they were innocent and looking for an escape route.
As Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat secure deals with fast-food outlets, we look at how these plant-based burgers stack up for climate and health.
Planned oil, gas and coal drilling is enough to exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming by 120%.
Top U.S. House Democrats said the spills raise “serious questions” about TC Energy's management of the line.
The latest generation of Corsola in Pokémon Sword and Shield is a "ghost" type that was "wiped out" due to sudden climate change.
The "acqua alta," or high waters, have flooded the city three times in less than a week.
Some accused the model of hypocrisy for promoting polar bear conservation while working with a company that uses real fur for its coats.
Travel blogger Jessica Nabongo saw the effects of plastic pollution all over the world.
A regional council member in the Italian city pointed out the sad irony in a Facebook post.
Robert Rising, known to his clients as “the black lumberjack,” is dedicated to saving fallen trees and creating furniture out of rescued wood. Rising also seeks to break stereotypes around lumberjacks, and he mentors younger people of color who want to be part of an industry that often boxes them out.
Heatwaves, drought, wildfires and infectious disease threaten to undermine decades of gains in global public health.
The existence of the silver-backed chevrotain has been scientifically confirmed for the first time since 1907.
We found cheap eco-friendly gifts for folks who don’t know where to start when it comes to sustainability.
Mayor Luigi Brugnaro said he would declare a state of disaster after the city was hit by the devastating high tide, which peaked at over 6 feet on Tuesday.
The president spoke at the Economic Club of New York and indicated that he wants Americans to have "the cleanest air on the planet."
11 orcas and dozens of belugas have been released from a miserable holding facility, though some experts say the way they were freed may put them at risk.
A proposal from the Environmental Protection Agency would require almost all scientific studies to submit their raw data so that the agency can decide whether they agree with the conclusions. But confidentiality agreements would prevent many studies from being submitted at all.